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Scenes from Day 1 at Cisco Live 2019 #CLUS
June 11, 2019 by

Company News, Industry Insights, Networking Technology

The opening keynote from Cisco CEO Chuck Robbins started by pointing out that this was the company’s 30th year hosting a version Cisco Live, emphasizing just how much has changed in the tech world since the conference was born in 1989 as “Networkers.” (Shoutout to our intern @JarrettLee828 for leveraging that bit of knowledge for
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IT network performance monitoring

What it means to be pre-active about performance monitoring
January 8, 2019 by

Networking Technology, Performance Monitoring

The primary aim of digital transformation — a phrase that lacks a clear definition, but encompasses swapping out legacy tech for the latest cloud apps — is to streamline processes across the enterprise. There’s the promise of faster solutions, more connectivity between remote offices, and the ability for business to scale up with ease (and
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AppNeta's weekly roundup of networking, cloud and SaaS market news.

Cloud-Native Computing Takes Over IT Infrastructures
April 6, 2018 by

Cloud Computing, Industry Insights

“Cloud-native” technology has likely come across your radar screen at some point in the last few years, but what does it mean, exactly? There’s a good explainer here on cloud-native computing, a concept that runs through any cloud service. Any applications, architectures, platforms and processes that work toward increasing IT’s ability to change and reduce
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SaaS application monitoring forest and trees

SaaS Application Monitoring: Seeing the Forest and the Trees
February 8, 2018 by

Cloud Computing, Performance Monitoring

Software as a service (SaaS) tools and applications are now ubiquitous. Research firm Forrester puts it simply: “If you aren’t using SaaS broadly, you’re falling behind.” Why? Because data shows that SaaS “is increasingly the foundation for business opportunities.” Sounds like the perfect solution. But SaaS comes with a unique challenge: The rapid rise of
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Cloud ERP solutions from Microsoft, SAP and Oracle lead the pack

Who’s Winning in the Cloud ERP Software Market?
February 6, 2018 by

Cloud Computing, Industry Insights

For some time, there’s been a quiet war going on between the top three providers of enterprise ERP software—SAP, Oracle and Microsoft. Lately, that war has been taking place on a new front: the cloud. All three major players have pushed out cloud versions of their flagship ERP software within the last few years, with
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Help desk challenges are common but can be solved

3 Tips to Tackle Common Help Desk Challenges
January 17, 2018 by

Cloud Computing, Performance Monitoring

Imagine being under the microscope, while also shouldering the responsibility of company-wide productivity. That’s IT in a nutshell, with the help desk as the front line for any dissatisfaction or service interruptions that end users experience. In the past, with on-premises solutions, being the enterprise hero who could solve a problem quickly was difficult. Now,
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Tackle SaaS Application Sprawl With Orchestration, Better Security Measures
December 21, 2017 by

Industry Insights, Networking Technology

Is SaaS sprawl creeping in to your enterprise environment? Orchestration might be a good goal for 2018. Building an orchestration environment means that IT’s resources, services and workflows are available to users in a self-service way. So for cloud deployments, a cloud orchestration system means that there’s a specific workflow to follow when a business
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G Suite gains enterprise ground

G Suite Gains Enterprise Ground as Users and IT Get More Comfortable
December 20, 2017 by

Cloud Computing, Performance Monitoring

G Suite is still the underdog compared to Microsoft Office 365. What’s keeping enterprises away? With Google dominating the consumer space, introducing it into the workplace seems like a natural fit for employee experience and productivity. The problem is, enterprises are ingrained in the Microsoft stack, and have been building entire workflows around Office products
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